Around 50 people in Hattersley have benefitted from a brand new information service, since it launched in July 2013.
Since it was launched in September 2011, 1182 veterans from around the North West have been referred to the Military Veterans’ Service for help with their mental health.
After 22 years of volunteering, and counting, 93-year-old Johnny Barlow has been rewarded for his years of service supporting people with mental health difficulties.
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust is looking for carers to help train and educate staff about the role of carers within its mental health services.
A six-week class, aimed at people with COPD, is teaching service users more about their condition while adjusting to life after their diagnosis.
Pennine Care is supporting the Breathe Easy Group this year for World COPD Day. Learn more about COPD on Wednesday 20 November.
The Ramsbottom Ward has been playing host to Singing for the Brain, a service provided by the Alzheimer’s Society, since August.
Two Pennine Care volunteers have received a Stars That Shine after they set up a food bank in Mossley
Woodland Retreat, a rehabilitation unit for young people with mental health issues, has won the Best External Environment Award at The Building Better Healthcare Awards.
A Pennine Care support worker was shortlisted for an award at the National Dementia Care Awards for his dedication to patients’ one-to-one care.
TIME4U, a Bury group set up to help mothers dealing with post-natal depression, has been praised at a national conference.
Care Coordinators introduced to provide more integrated care to families are proving to be a success in Radcliffe.
A team of district nurses has won the Pride in Oldham Health Worker Award after being nominated for their hard-work and dedicated care.